With small independent film Avengers: End of the game On April 26, Marvel-Disney, an unholy alliance, is doing everything in its power to ensure that the film earns essentially all the money in the universe. While several members of the (remaining) super-team were fighting against Jimmy Kimmel on Monday, the superhero franchise continued to invade the airwaves with a charm offensive, which would certainly seduce the most pretentious moviegoers. Forbidden to give even a single, seemingly insignificant, detail on the plot of the end of the film (and Marvel: Phase 3, still so sinister), Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth and the immortal immortal Paul Rudd had nothing to do but be on guard and charming. Rudd actually talked about this rumor about how Ant-Man could save the situation, but he did not want to confirm or deny, so we say it stays on the table.
But the rest of the team was not completely ruled out of the fun of business synergy, since Mark Ruffalo, Don Cheadle, Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans joined Johansson and Hemsworth for a filmed film where the super-friends have all read the children's book, & # 39; Twas The Mad Titan Thanos. The band seemed to agree that turning the annihilation of half of life in the universe into a children's story was a delicate task, but they tried it, even though not everyone involved could be safe. To avoid noticing that the ridiculous rendering of the crimson giant The chin looked more like a backpack than a movie. (And that "Groot" does not rhyme in any way with "soot.") Pause for more and more commentary as the story continued, the Avengers all understood how things were going, Hemsworth getting a touch defensive in total "Go for the head" question. Stating that Star-Lord was really the one who had embarrassed him by letting his emotions spoil his plan to perfection, Hemsworth scoffed at his absent teammate saying, "Glad your relationship is settled – half from the universe is dead. "Still, the rest did not buy it." Thor whore, indeed.